Family Arbitration is a process for resolving all types of financial disputes in family matters. It is a formal process which allows for flexibility and confidentiality for the family.

Once parties decide on family arbitration, the Arbitrator imposes the outcome. The parties will be bound by the Family Arbitrator's award, even if the decision is one with which one or both of them disagree.

Advantages of Arbitration:


Subject to the Arbitrator's availability, the timetable is entirely in the hands of the parties.


Arbitration is entirely private between the parties. The media is always excluded and the facts of the case will remain confidential.


The bespoke nature of arbitration allows costs to be controlled as the parties are not obliged to adopt a lengthy court procedure.